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PTI Das paid tribute to the martyrs and said his government is with their families in this hour of grief and their martyrdom will not go waste, The precipitation and humidity were recorded 41 per cent and 90 per cent respectively on Wednesday.The maximum and minimum temperatures are expected to hover around 39 and 26 degrees Celsius respectively on Wednesday Rain brings respite for Delhi residents: Visuals from RK Puram pictwittercom/yH0Pk5Oewq — ANI (@ANI_news) May 31 2017 The Meteorological Department (MeT) had forecast rains and thunderstorm in the region for Wednesday More rains are expected later in the day PTI reported a MeT department official as saying (Source: Express photo) (Source: Express photo) Parts of Chandigarh and Haryana also witnessed light to moderate rainfall bringing down the temperature by a few notches and bringing cheer to the farmers For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Devendra Pandey | Mumbai | Updated: July 11 2017 11:13 am Virender Sehwag was the only candidate to appear for the interview in person (Source: Kevin D ’Souza) Related News “We will explain to him (Virat Kohli) that the coaches want to function a certain way and make sure that everybody is on the same page” On a dark cloudy Mumbai day after interviewing all the coach aspirants along with his fellow committee members Sachin Tendulkar and VVS Laxman Sourav Ganguly said the final decision would only be taken after consulting India captain Virat Kohli Only Virender Sehwag made a flesh-and-blood presence at the interview centre at the BCCI headquarters The rest — Ravi Shastri Tom Moody Richard Pybus and Lalchand Rajput — made Skype appearances while Phil Simmons wasn’t available for the interview and in the end Ganguly said the panel would take a few days before deciding who will be the man in the hot seat In a week’s time the Indian team would head to Sri Lanka for a 45-day tour but Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC) aren’t in a mood to make any decision in haste “We want to speak to Virat Kohli once he is back from America all three of us along with the respective people concerned We will explain to him that the coaches want to function in a certain way and make sure that everybody is on the same page before we make the announcement because once we make the announcement it has to be till the (2019) World Cup” Ganguly said The unpleasant ending of the tenure of Anil Kumble the last candidate Ganguly chose along with fellow Cricket Advisory Committee members Tendulkar and Laxman has triggered a bout of caution this time around “We want to make sure that everybody is in synchronisation of the way forward and then Indian cricket moves forward We shouldn’t be seen again six months down the line doing something different” Ganguly said The CAC Ganguly said was happy with the coaches’ presentations but since Kohli is an “important cog of the system” the final decision would be made later “I though the presentations were outstanding exactly what the coaches want to do in the system … I am especially surprised and happy when we heard about how they want to go about the job We have played the game and we have been under different coaches and they have all their different ways of operations The crux of the matter does not change and that is why we feel that Virat Kohli is an important cog of the system … We are not in a hurry We are not only looking at the Sri Lanka tour because Sri Lanka is a long tour What is important for us is that all of them are concerned we are not going to play it is the coach and the captain and we are just part of it” Near the end of the West Indies tour BCCI CEO Rahul Johri travelled to the Caribbean to purportedly discuss the coach issue with Kohli but there is no clarity on their chat The general manager of cricket operations of the Indian board MV Sridhar too was present on the West Indies tour as the manager but Ganguly said Kohli didn’t send any name of a candidate he prefers “You’ve got to give credit to Virat He just completely stayed out of it He has no inputs he has not said any names But we feel as an advisory committee he’s the captain which is the most important in cricket He and everyone of us have to be on the same page which is the most important” At the end of the interview day Ganguly said the CAC would discuss with the captain the methods and ways of the candidates and inform him how they want to go about their job “CAC will go out of the picture once Virat the coach and the respective members of the Board sit and then the Board takes over the matter We will make them understand we will go through what they have said we have noted everything their style of functioning and then we will decide “Virat needs to understand how the coaches also operate That’s the best way forward It has to be decided for one and all because everybody will be different and everybody wants the good of the team whether it is Virat or Anil or the five people who were interviewed today all of us sitting there we want the best possible thing from our side for Indian cricket The best possible thing we see is that everybody is on the same page they synchronise the way forward and proceed and we go out of the system” During his commentary stint at the Champions Trophy in England Ganguly had chatted with Kohli and on Monday he said that it wasn’t about the new coach Back then the CAC was still trying to broker peace between Kumble and Kohli “That was a different aspect and that chapter is shut this is a new one which we are going to start” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsThe depth of the differences between India and UK over the latter’s immigration policy became clear on Monday as British Prime Minister Theresa May schmoozed with Narendra Modi first during a joint tech summit and later during an extensive one-on-one at New Delhi’s Hyderabad House On Day 1 of her India visit the first non-European outing for May since assuming office she stuck manfully at her job of wooing Indian investors and pitching for greater trade relations between the two nations but the difficulty of her position was all too apparent As Firstpost wrote on Sunday Brexit and her own hawkish immigration policy have put May in a fundamentally conflicting position when it comes to courting foreign investment especially from India whose companies invest more in the UK than in entire EU combined and employ more than 10000 people and yet are at the receiving end of a regressive visa policy that has grown tougher and tougher over the years PM Narendra Modi and UK PM Theresa May PTI In particular new changes to immigration rules announced last week were aimed specifically at making it harder for Indian IT professionals to visit UK through the Intra-Company Transfer Route (ICT) which forms the basis of 90 percent British visas issued to India Inevitably as The Financial Times points out bilateral trade has been slowing in recent years falling from $157 billion in 2011-2012 to $14 billion in 2015-2016 despite India’s strong growth The UK currently sits 13th in the list of India’s trading partners according to figures from the Indian commerce department — behind Germany Indonesia and Belgium The reason is clear While Britain welcomes Indian investment it abhors the skilled foreign workers that these businesses need and these already hard positions have concretised due to Brexit So while Britain wants to become an open throbbing global destination for trade and commerce its immigration figures (which May has sought to bring down to an unrealistic figure of 100000 per year including students) sit directly at odds with its ambition The tension of these contradictory positions were all too clear when on Monday May appeared ready to toe India’s line on terrorism delivered a speech high on rhetoric extolling New Delhi’s eminence as an emerging world power and from advocating for a permanent seat at the UN to backing India’s entry into the NSG club she said everything that New Delhi wanted to hear from the head of a P5 nation Yet to India’s chagrin she remained rigid on a visa liberalisation scheme and refused to commit to a greater people-to-people mobility between the two nations Expectedly Narendra Modi nudged May for a regularisation of the visa norms during a joint tech summit urging Britain to open its doors for Indian students many of whom are increasingly being denied visas despite getting enrolled in some of the best British universities "Education is vital for our students and will define our engagement in a shared future" Modi said at the summit alongside May "We must therefore encourage greater mobility and participation of young people in education and research opportunities" He also picked up the topic of restrictions on visas for skilled workers saying that the UK-India joint working group which was formulated on Monday "should not only focus on trade in goods but also the expansion of services trade including greater mobility of skilled professionals" reportedDaily Mail Prime Minister Modi’s concern stems from recent figures that show that UK’s new immigration policy — geared towards pushing Indian students home almost as soon as the courses are over — has led to a drastic fall in number of Indian students enrolling in British universities from 68238 in 2010 to 11864 this year according to official UK figures May who had started the trip by saying that British visa norms for India are best in business and Indians to get more preferential treatment than any other nation appeared at the end of the day to have gravitated to a more reconciliatory position She offered a faster visa process for high net-worth Indian individuals and their family members but when it came to visas for skilled workers or students a key Indian demand she tied it up with illegal immigration She told reporters post her talks with Modi that "the UK will consider further improvements to our visa offer if at the same time we can step up the speed and volume of returns of Indians with no right to remain" This "solution" also found mention in the joint statement where "2 prime ministers agreed that ensuring simple and effective visa systems depended critically on cooperation to protect the integrity of border and immigration systems This included ensuring the timely and efficient return of individuals to their country of origin as required by their respective national laws" While offering a fast-track visa service for Indian business travelers is a welcome step May’s position on letting more Indian students and skilled Indian professionals remain stubbornly steadfast Both nations announced a slew of tie-ups in areas of defence and cyber security on Monday and more could be coming up on Tuesday Yet fact remains that the talks would achieve little beyond atmospherics unless UK and India and get down to solving the single issue that has so far resisted all solution: immigration Jamshedpur: Former Jharkhand chief minister and senior BJP leader Arjun Munda today demanded resignation of the entire Jharkhand cabinet if Chief Minister Hemant Soren fails to dismiss the ministers under scanner in different cases Former Jharkhan CM Arjun Munda PTI Accusing Soren for protecting those ministers under scanner Munda said a minister who had raised corruption issues was dismissed from the cabinet while some corrupt ministers were being protected by the Chief Minister Asking Soren to maintain dignity of the state cabinet Munda demanded he should either dismiss the corrupt ministers tarnishing the state’s image or quit On his recent statement about Jharkhand Vikas Morcha-Prajatantrik supremo Babulal Marandi joining the BJP Munda said he did not have any objection about any leader joining BJP in the interest of the state and party "In the interest of the state I have no objection if any political party leader including Marandi joins BJP" Munda said while addressing a press conference after the party’s election manifesto meeting here "Such leaders are welcome in BJP if they accept the party ideology and policies and are interested to walk along the party for all round development of the state" Munda said "If Marandiji is interested to join BJP why should I have any objection The party has to take a decision which I will obey as a party worker" he added PTI After their children,said Dr Mohan Agashe, from where I was standing, Jorge Campillo and Nacho Elvira,523 Afghan service members were killed,47 am: Labour Party is expected to take Glasgow.